|Pueblo County, Colorado|
Cox Ranch Cemetery
Located 12 miles from I-25 on Burnt Mill Road, to the St. Charles River bridge then about .5 miles further. The cemetery is .5 block north of the road but south of the river. Several unmarked graves.
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Cox, Ellen C. Harrington born 1845 died 3-25-1926 in Bayfield, La Plata County, Co. Second wife of James Bonley Cox, daughter of Major Olney Harrington of White Dove, Wisconsin and Hannah Cole Eldred. (additional information from Howard D. Snooks) See http://www.kmitch.com/Pueblo/bios0086.html
Cox, James Bonley born 1842 died 1903 Co. B 2nd Reg Nebraska Cavalry. He died on December 24 1899. McCarthy Funeral Home. His first wife was Ladusca Harrington, sister to his second wife. (additional information from Howard D. Snooks) See http://www.kmitch.com/Pueblo/bios0086.html
Cox, John D. no marker born 1808 died about 1898 (additional information from Howard D. Snooks)
Cox, Lydia Chastain wife of John D., no marker born 1808 died about 1898 (additional information from Howard D. Snooks)
Patterson, Benjamin Franklin born 1843 died 1884 Corporal Co F 50 Georgia Infantry CSA - This stone was set in 2011 by the Sons of Confederate Veterans
It is possible that Frank Cox, son of John Bonley Cox and Ellen Harrington is buried here; as well as Leora Cox, wife of Sherman Cox. Sherman died about 1940 at the age of 75y and is buried in Mountain View Cemetery.
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